The line graph below shows the number of monthly payments for car insurance in a year.
The given line graph displays the variation in monthly payments made by drivers for car insurance over a year. Overall, the graph illustrates a gradual rise in the number of monthly payments from January to July, followed by a gradual decrease in payments made from August through December.
Looking closely at the chart, it is apparent that January had the lowest number of payments throughout the year, with a total of 800. However, this figure increased to 1,000 in February and continued to rise each month until reaching a peak of 2,400 payments in July. This indicates a notable 150% increase in the number of payments made between January and July.
Subsequently, the number of payments made started to decline, reaching its lowest point in December with 1,200 payments. It is worth noting that this was still a 50% increase from the number of payments made in January. Notably, the graph depicts a steady pattern of payments without any significant spikes or declines throughout the year.
To conclude, the line graph highlights the fluctuations in monthly payments made by drivers for car insurance over a year. Although there is an evident increase from January to July, the graph indicates a gradual decline in payments for the rest of the year.